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I have a hole in my mackie sub How can I get a

I have a hole in my mackie sub How can I get a replacement speaker cone our speaker to replace the old damaged one

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See the link below to either locate a dealer close by or to contact Mackie directly for the parts.

Dan

Link: http://www.mackie.com/support/

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

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If so, you might be able to solder it back on and save the speaker.
Sometimes they separate at the terminals, sometimes at the cone.
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A couple of months ago I bought a pair of 1530's for $450. They were a bit dirty and had spider webs all over.
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http://www.amazon.com/Speaker-Cabinet-Metal-Stand-Mounts/dp/B0035AJTL8

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